The study deals with the interior design of an old, derelict small warehouse with the aim of converting it into a home for a young couple. The design of the new apartment includes only the absolutely necessary spaces, such as a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen with a dining table, an office space and sanitary spaces. The use of partition walls has been kept to a necessary minimum, so as to secure adequate lighting and ventilation for all spaces from the four existing openings. The plan is generally structured in two separate zones. The first, smaller zone, includes the bedroom and bathroom and it is visually isolated from the rest spaces for privacy reasons. The second, larger zone, includes all other, less private, spaces, which by communicating with each other form one larger open space. The design has been limited to minimum interventions, while structural changes to existing building envelope have been avoided.
Architectural Design: Panagiotis Zakkas, Architect
Project Year: 2015
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